Narrator and point of view

The novel Brick Lane by Monica Ali is told from the point of view of a third-person narrator who follows Nazneen’s perspective. This narrative choice allows readers to gain deep insight into Nazneen's inner world, her emotions, and her evolving perspective as she navigates her life in London.

The limited point of view facilitates a strong emotional connection between readers and Nazneen, allowing readers access to Nazneen’s inner world. By delving into her thoughts and emotions, readers can empathize with her struggle with her cultural identity, the expectations of her family, and the challenges of adapting to a new life in London. This perspective enables a more intimate exploration of Nazneen's character, making her journey of self-discovery and empowerment all the more powerful.


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